WHO ARE WE
The Vets on Track Foundation (VoTF) is working to reduce veteran homelessness and suicides by providing holistic care for those transitioning from life on the streets. From transitional housing immediately following homeless, to full-fledged home furnishings in a permanent home, and continuing mental and social care to inspire our warriors to discover hope, healing, and purpose – we work to ensure every veteran and first responder under our care has the necessary tools to make a successful transition back into their community.
The Vets on Track Foundation is a state and federally certified 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We advocate on behalf of all military veterans, first responders and their families, through our proactive outreach efforts.
Our Federal ID number is EIN: 46-3805203
We are driven to increasing public awareness about homelessness, long-term care after homelessness, and educating veterans and first responders about real issues affecting their lives.
Tonight, more than 600,000 Americans will sleep in alleys, abandoned buildings, and under bridges because they have no home. Many of these are this nation’s forgotten heroes – the men and women who once proudly served in a military uniform…yet today they are finding themselves experiencing the ravages of homelessness. Without support programs like our “Veterans Outreach Services,” “Beyond the Streets” and “R.A.W.”, these heroes would be placed into empty houses and have no follow-on care and support. Ultimately, they could find themselves returning to the streets before they had a chance to heal.
When you hear the term “veteran” most people immediately think of those who have served in the military. While that is true, the word veteran also resonates with those who have served our Nation as law enforcement officers, fire and rescue, as well as EMT professionals.
Often referred to as America’s 911 Force, collectively, these heroes ensure our country is safeguarded both here at home and around the globe.
So, it is at this crossroads of national obligation and social welfare that a new understanding of wellness must take root.